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PIA to Participate in Working Groups to Guide Implementation of New Flood Law
PIA National will participate in several working groups that are being formed to guide the implementation of the new law that reforms and extends for five ...
Wash. Post Article on Flood Insurance Program
An extensive article in the Washington Post about the challenges facing the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) as it comes up for renewal in Congress...
Bipartisan Flood Bill Introduced in Senate
The leaders of the Senate Banking Committee released on Tuesday evening a bipartisan bill to keep the federal flood insurance program funded for six years and ...
Flood Insurance through The Hartford
FEMA: Current Flood Elevation Cert Can Be Used Pending Revision
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has issued a bulletin notifying NFIP WYOs and flood insurance agents that the current versions of the Elevation ...
Protect Your Customers From Early Spring Flooding Risks
While March brings the promise of warmer weather and longer days, many communities still face the risk of flooding. Just four years ago, early spring storms ...
Resending Updated Info on NFIP Severe Repetitive Loss Properties Program
We are UPDATING you on FEMA/NFIP’s latest information on changes to the Severe Repetitive Loss Properties program
ALERT: Your FEMA/NFIP Links May Not Work
Those of you who are active in selling flood insurance are probably familiar with the ongoing series of related bulletins issued by FEMA/NFIP
Many Still Without Power After Isaac
On September 3, nearly a week after Hurricane Isaac began battering the Gulf Coast, some areas of Louisiana remain flooded and without electricity
Insured Losses From Hurricane Isaac Could Reach $2 Billion
Heavy and persistent rainfall from Hurricane Isaac caused widespread flooding and property damage in the Gulf Coast region as it lingered over New Orleans for ...
A Message from PIA’s Flood Partner, The Hartford
Flooding is the United States #1 natural hazard...
FEMA Issues New Elevation Certificate, 2013 NFIP Manual
FEMA/NFIP has just released (1) the new Elevation Certificate; (2) the Jan. 1, 2013 NFIP Manual; and (3) the first of an expected series of FAQs regarding ...
PIA National Provides Notices of NFIP Changes
To assist PIA affiliates and members, PIA National provides notices of NFIP changes that FEMA is issuing...
New Jersey Gov. Christie: NFIP “A Disgrace”
During a briefing at Union Beach, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said the National Flood Insurance Program’s (NFIP) handling of claims has been “a disgrace” as ...
NFIP WYO Program Bulletin - Sandy Adjusted Dates of Loss
Superstorm Sandy produced torrential rain and widespread flood damage in the states of North Carolina, Virginia, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Delaware, ...
Christie, Schumer Blast NFIP, WYOs for Delays in Processing Sandy NFIP Claims
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is coming under heavy fire for its handling of Superstorm Sandy flood claims in New York and New Jersey...
New PIA Consumer Flood Flyer Now Available
Flood Safety Awareness Week (March 18-22) is the perfect time to answer your clients’ questions about flood insurance...
Make the Most of Flood Safety Awareness Week
March 18-22 is Flood Safety Awareness Week...
Hurricane Isaac Slams Into Southeastern Louisiana
The National Hurricane Center reports that Hurricane Isaac made its second landfall early in the morning of August 29 near Port Fourchon, 60 miles southeast of ...
NAIC Schedules Hearing on NFIP Reform
A National Association of Insurance Commissioners panel will host a hearing April 5 to discuss possible recommendations to reform the National Flood Insurance ...
Next Deadline March 23 for NFIP
With the federal authorization of the National Flood Insurance Program set to lapse shortly, there has been little sign of action in Congress. The program is ...
Hartford Flood Resources for Agents on NFIP Changes
Hartford Flood continues to provide agents with updates regarding the upcoming April 1, 2015, changes to flood policies from the National Flood Insurance ...
"Spring Ahead" and Be Flood Ready
You may be ready to enjoy more daylight hours and warmer temperatures, but are you ready for the threat of flooding that warmer months can bring?
PIA Provides Comments on Guidelines for Floodplain Management
On January 30, 2015, the President signed Executive Order 13690, directing the Federal Emergency Management Agency, on behalf of the Mitigation Framework ...
PIA to Participate in National Flood Conference May 17-20
PIA will participate in the 2015 National Flood Conference to be held May 17-20 in Washington, D.C...
FEMA to Start Review of Sandy Claims by End of May
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has outlined tentative plans for reviewing Superstorm Sandy claims, but it is still gathering input before finalizing ...
National Flood Conference Earlier This Week
The National Flood Conference (NFC) was held May 17-20 in Arlington, Virginia...
PIA Member Webinar—Learn About PIA's Newest Member Benefit
Floods can happen anywhere...are your clients prepared?
PIA and The Hartford Reach Flood Insurance Milestone
WASHINGTON – The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents and The Hartford are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the creation of a PIA-endorsed ...
Selling Flood Insurance Builds Trust & Business
Whether your client lives near the coast or hundreds of miles inland, they are at risk for flooding...